This piece explores a sample of housing with more than one face and use
This piece explores a sample of housing responding to site-specific local conditions such as topography, flooding or micro-climate.
A sample of individual buildings with a role in the wider landscape or townscape.
This piece explores a sample of housing forming edges to parks, public open space and the wider landscape.
This piece looks at the role of contemporary closes, wynds and mews, re-interpretations of Scottish urban forms.
This piece explores a sample of housing formed around courtyards, into clusters, or otherwise composed as groups.
This piece explores the terraced house format through recent practice examples.
New housing, whether one-off or procured in volume, has the potential to create benefit to house buyers, residents, neighbouring communities...
Retail development has the capacity to transform the physical character of a neighbourhood...
New office development can take a variety of sizes and forms – from a single building in the heart of a city centre to a mixed use development.